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SubjectRe: Messaging between kernel modules and User Apps
On Thu, 21 Aug 2003, Richard B. Johnson wrote:

> The de facto standard for network devices is to use sockets.
> For character and and block devices Unix/Linux uses the
> open/poll/ioctl/read mechanisms.

That sounds fine, but..

> You could send your module a pid via proc and have it send a
> signal to your application as a result of an event.

... please don't even entertain such sick ideas.
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